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Roccat Alumic Mouse Pad Review (Hardware)

Posted by , 3 days ago

 You may have never heard of the German company Roccat. They have had great success in Europe but only recently started exporting to the US. Here at Gamers Daily News,Roccat Alumic with big logo we loved their Kone+ mouse and Isku keyboard. Now, Roccat was kind enough to send over their Alumic mouse pad, and once again, we have nothing to say but kind words.

Roccat Alumic’s Design

As a gamer, I know that having a great mouse pad is just as important as having a great mouse. So much so, that a bad mouse pad can cripple a gamer’s abilities to the level of a newbie. The Roccat Alumic has 2 different surfaces to give you that perfect feel for your play style. The black side of the pad has a deeper texture to it, which gives you a high rate of speed. On the blue side, the texture is finer with a less space between the grooves, giving you a better sense of control and precise aim.

Four rubber feet keep the mouse pad from moving on the slickest of surfaces. The Alumic also comes with a separate gel wrist rest. The wrist rest has a silicone base that will not slide away once placed. The solid aluminum core gives you a sturdy surface anywhere at all.

 Our Rating for Roccat Alumic Mouse Pad Review (Hardware)
8.0
Overall
With all of its features (the aluminum core, dual textured surfaces, and rubber feet), the Roccat Alumic is a solid choice for any gamer if they push the wrist rest to the side.

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